Apple recently unveiled their latest iPhones and the demand has been unprecedented. Unsurprisingly, this has given rise to a blackmarket that that thrives on Apple products.

Apple recently unveiled their latest iPhones and the demand has been unprecedented. Unsurprisingly, this has given rise to a blackmarket that that thrives on Apple products.

The latest case involves a seven-passenger vehicle which was stopped by Hong Kong Customs at the Shenzhen Bay Control Point on September 26th. After carefully searching the vehicle, officials discovered the driver was attempting to smuggle 67 iPhone 6s, four iPhone 6 Plus' and "60 used phone monitors" behind the dashboard and underneath the window switches.

The 31-year-old driver was arrested and could face fines of up to $2 million and seven years in jail.

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